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Adrienne Lei The Frick Collection

Adrienne Lei is Education Programs Coordinator at The Frick Collection, where she organizes more than 200 public programs per year for general adult audiences, as well as university students and young professionals. Her programming responsibilities include gallery talks and conversations, scholarly lectures and seminars, study days and courses, open sketching, and free public evenings known as Nights at the Frick. Adrienne also serves in an administrative and management capacity at the museum, overseeing her department's budget and finances, grant proposals, internships and fellowships, publications, program statistics, and service contracts. A member of NYCMER's board of trustees since 2012, she is currently the organization's Treasurer. Adrienne received her M.A. from Columbia University Teachers College in arts administration, and her B.A .from Amherst College in art history and studio art.

Since 1979, NYCMER has provided a forum for museum education professionals to address issues of museum and educational interest, exchange and disseminate relevant information, and to explore and implement cooperative programming opportunities through roundtable discussions, workshops, and an annual conference.

2014 Annual Conference

Miss the conference? Check out our web resources and photo documentation of the day!

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